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A 68-year-old male presented to his primary care physician for evaluation of worsening headaches. He reported a 3-month history of daily, progressively worsening right-sided retro-orbital headaches that were becoming increasingly intolerable.
Headaches were associated with nausea, photophobia, and increasingly blurry vision. Blurry vision was most noticeable in the right temporal visual field and caused him to have difficulty with depth perception.
He also described a 16-month history of low libido, loss of axillary and chest hair, decreased testicular volume, and gynecomastia, for which he has been receiving testosterone injections. His low libido was worsening and accompanied by symptoms of alternating hot and cold intolerance, tremulousness, and unintentional weight loss. He also described alternating hot and cold intolerance, tremulousness, and unintentional weight loss.
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